A Selection of Ancient Roman Glass Pendants and Disk with Stamped Ornaments


A fine selection of two Ancient Roman glass disk pendants and one token with stamped decoration. 

Date: Circa 4th-5th Century AD
Condition: Very fine, rare items. Some earthly encrustations to the surface.
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Such glass pendants would have been worn by Romans with apotropaic meanings, as good fortune charms, to bring good luck and ward off the evil. Iconographies were extremely differentiated, including apotropaic symbols, images of deities and animals.

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Roman Mythology

Reference: For a similar item, The Metropolitan Museum, item 0.130.2820

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